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AAC F A M I L Y & F R I E N D S


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Collectors hold their Spring 2017 meeting at DeGray Lake Resort


Top left: Mike Harbour with Harbour Resources speaks to col- lectors on the topic “Collaboration within the Courthouse.” As part of his presentation, Harbour divided the collectors into four groups based on personality traits such as “people-oriented” or “task-oriented.” He then focused on how each of the four groups communicates and how the different groups could better com- municate with one another.


Top right: Pictured are members of one of the four groups formed during Harbour’s “Collaboration within the Courthouse” presentation.


Middle right: AAC Governmental Affairs Director Josh Cur- tis provides collectors with an update on legislation that was passed during the 91st General Assembly.


Bottom right: Craighead County Collector Wes Eddington lis- tens to a presentation by employees of the Pulaski County Col- lector’s office. Pulaski County Deputy Collector Bentley Hovis and Pulaski County Delinquent Tax Manager Melissa Blue de- livered two presentations the last morning of the meeting: “De- linquent Businesses” and “Step-by-Step Procedure to Bankrup- ties.” In the “Delinquent Businesses” discussion, they offered strategies for collecting delinquent taxes from business entities.


46 COUNTY LINES, SPRING 2017


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